As the snow starts falling here in southern Colorado, having a little bit of extra traction out on the trails is a great idea. Here at Durango Outdoor Exchange, we carry snowline traction devices to help keep you outside even in the slipperiest of conditions. This guide is here to help you get the right set of traction devices for you to get you out on the trails and mountain peaks.
SNOWLINE CITY: The City is our minimalist option.
For daily use on icy and snow-covered roads in town.
Works on normal shoes.
SNOWLINE WALK: The Walk is a great middle-ground
Ideal for leisure or outdoor work
Works with snow boots
SNOWLINE PRO: The Pro is for the heavy use outdoor enthusiast/ outdoor worker
For the more serious user with high durability and adjustability.
Still keeping things lightweight.
SNOWLINE LIGHT: The Light is for the outdoor enthusiast looking to save weight
Available fit for all shoes
Great for the mid-winter trail hiking
SNOWLINE TRAIL: The Trail is for all-weather runners
As our kids grew into and out of ski clothes, sandals, jackets (and everything else really), it has been perfect to have Chase and Jen’s shop to move them up to the next size. I can’t, admittedly, say it has just been good for the kids.
We all know that donating our clothes is a great way to clean out our closets, and we may even make a few bucks at a local consignment shop. But did you know that donating or consigning your clothes and outdoor gear also has huge social and environmental benefits?
In the beginning, we knew every person who displayed a sticker (read, our moms). As the business grew, so did the visibility of our stickers around town. On cars and roof boxes, the cement blockers at Durango Joes, and I really felt like we'd made it when I saw one on the Natures Oasis light post.